Seniors Remodeling in Phases. After deciding to continue occupying the house they've owned for 17 years, John and Roxanne Andersen have executed two major home improvements in two years. By John…
NAMED CATEGORY BEST IN 10 STATE REMODELING COMPETITION Best Whole House Makeover in 10 States. Sun Design Remodeling's eye-catching conversion of a circa 1960's split-level into a unique neoclassical style residence…
From a One-story Production House to a Distinctively Original, Two-story Custom Home
By John Byrd
Skip Maginniss of BMK architects has quietly acquired a reputation as one of greater Washington’s more original home remodeling visionaries, yet even those who already know his work will be impressed by a recently completed Bethesda project in which a smallish 1951 rambler is transformed into a two-story Euro-style villa complete with a curvilinear copper roof.
Want to Keep Down The Clutter And Present The World With Pretty Lines?
By John Byrd
If there’s a juncture where craftsmanship enters home remodeling, it’s the “built-in”. In the remodeling industry the term is broadly applied. It can mean drawers tailored to your cutlery; shelves sized for special books.
In the simplest context, a “built-in” is basic carpentry; at the higher end—it’s art.
Soren Jensen, principal of Danish Builders, produces work that notably falls in the artful end of the range. His originals—ranging from everything to a hand-crafted interior, to a garden trellis to a wine cellar—grace some of the most fashionable addresses in northern Virginia, Montgomery County and the District.